Center For Statistics And The Social Sciences

The Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences promotes collaborative interdisciplinary research on statistical methods for the social sciences, and teaches a rich menu of courses for social science students.


CSSS Researchers develop a new method for projecting population
Fact Sheet
Spring 2014 Courses
2014 Math Camp Info

New Items

Working Paper no. 142 (403K bytes)

"Equivariant and scale-free Tucker decomposition models"
Peter Hoff
December 2013

Working Paper no. 141 (407K bytes)

"Partial IdentiĀ…cation and Inference in Censored Quantile Regression: A Sensitivity Analysis"
Yanqin Fan and Ruixuan Liu
December 2013

Working Paper no. 140 (362K bytes)

"A Direct Approach to Inference in Nonparametric and Semiparametric Quantile Models"
Yanqin Fan and Ruixuan Liu
December 2013

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Courses, Ph.D. Tracks, Blalock Fellowship, Math Camp

Research Projects and Working Papers

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